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Lore is a bi-weekly podcast (and upcoming TV show) about the dark historical tales that fuel our modern superstitions. Each episode explores the world of mysterious creatures, tragic events, and unusual places. Because sometimes the truth is more frightening than fiction.

Customer Reviews

Way overrated

Sword and Scale is a much better show

Don’t bother listening

Trash podcast with an even worse host. -10/10

Wide variety, engaging and love the music

I see a lot of negative reviews this week based on whatever drama from another podcast being cancelled, and it’s prompted me to finally leave a review.

I will agree, the narrating style took me a sec to get used to. I love Casefile’s style, and Aaron’s style is different, but is still certainly clear, his tone changes, and his voice is pleasant. I think everyone has a preference for narration styles, but Lore does a fine job.

I love the variety of stories and topics and themes. I feel real emotion, and have had certain episodes truly stick with me for a time afterwards. I love seeing where each episode takes me, and have felt the stories to be fairly unbiased and always entertaining. Aaron is a great story teller.

The music is absolutely beautiful. I adore it.

You can find Aaron’s voice to not be your style. You can enjoy other podcasts styles better. But this podcast is very well done. It is polished, it is entertaining, and it is so very bingeable. The reviews made out of anger for other podcasts seem to distract from the purpose of rating at all. It’s spiteful, when reviews should be informative for those looking to check it out.
This podcast is definitely one worth listening to, especially for at least 3-4 episodes, and you will get the best idea of whether or not it is your jam.

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  • Category: History
  • Language: English

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